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November 28, 2014

An off-duty employee was arrested with an undisclosed amount of cash.

The tribe made changes to the gaming floor an added a club with a billiards area, shuffleboard area and bowling alley.

The tribe wants to build a $550 million resort in the Catskills region.

Currently, liquor service stops a at 1am on weekdays and 2am on weekends.

November 26, 2014

The tribe says Class II games aren't covered by the Class III gaming compact.

The tribe plans to redevelop a 22-acre site near its casino in downtown Palm Springs.

The state has refused to renew the license because the tribe won't collect a tax on sales to non-Indians.

Gaming accounts for 80 percent of the revenue at Foxwoods Resort Casino, a percentage that the new CEO wants to change.

The tribal casino industry, on the other hand, has grown by leaps and bounds.

The tribe says its gaming facility doesn't have to comply with a county ban on Sunday liquor sales.

November 25, 2014

The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes are sacrificing their sovereignty for gaming.

Existing compacts with five tribes expire in June 2015 and two more tribes are seeking agreements for the first time.

The tribe's new gaming executive won't say whether the plan is still on the table.

An executive said PalaCasino.Com had a 'solid weekend' with little to no marketing.

Three groups, including the tribe, are now planning to bid on the sole commercial casino license.

Sparring continues as parties wait for a decision in a long-running lawsuit.

November 24, 2014

Jason Merida, the former head of construction for the tribe, remains free until sentencing.

The Choctaw Nation and the Pascua Yaqui Tribe didn't offer reasons but the legendary entertainer has been losing gigs across the country.

Reggie Lewis and Nancy Ayala say rival leaders are trying to bring up issues that aren't

Tribal leaders are no longer 'begging' the state to enter into Class III gaming compact negotiations.

Newspaper cites benefits of Class III gaming compact with the Seminole Tribe.

November 21, 2014

Jason Merida is the seventh person found guilty in a case that started when the tribe discovered it had been cheated into purchasing $8.5 million in steel for a casino expansion project.

The tribe strengthened its auditing procedures and will be working on campaign reform in the wake of the trial that captured the attention of its citizens.

For the first time since 2004, tribes shared fewer revenues with the state.

Testing of PalaCasino.Com began this week for patrons based in New Jersey.

The deal was allowed to go into effect but only to the extent its provisions are consistent with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act.

November 20, 2014

Jason Merida, the former head of construction for the tribe, took the stand in his own defense.

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